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Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by Feng_MP-100, Feb 13, 2005.
Is there any way to install language packs on Windows 2000 without using the CD?
Would be helpful if you could provide
1. Which language(s)?
2. What purpose - display in Internet browser?,display foreign program menus and dialog in native language?, editing foreign text etc..
1. Chinese Traditional, Simplified, Korean, Japanese...etc.
2. Ya, I want to able to read them on my Internet browser.
My problem is that I don't have the CD. When I go to Yahoo! Taiwan, the language installation thing pops up and asks me to insert Windows 2000 CD.....:crying:
1. You need that CD; It's Microsoft
2. Try to find the MLP (the Multi-Lingual Package).
3. If you can use XP, they are all built-in now.
I lent my machine with Win2000 to someone and they managed to screw it up for me, so I can't get a look. Of course if he had the original CD with him, he would not need to ask
It's been a while but from what I recall, you can usually character codes off the internet from within internet explorer, but can't remember which version. The alternative is copy the relevant files over from someone else who has a Win 2000 machine. I recall I had to do it from a Win XP pro to Win 2000 machine.
Some machines have the setup files on the computer already and need no CD. I think they were in a folder called C:\i386 or maybe C:\WINNT\i386
If all you need to do is view CJK code in a browser, you can use one of the free ones from www.njstar.com. You can drag it into your startup folder if you use it regularly.
This is all I can do for you now. Enough PC diagnosing today...while I wallow in Mac OS bliss